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Dodger Stadium Beating Victim Reportedly Brain-damaged

Crunch Sports Staff in MLB 6 April 2011
Dodger Stadium (credit: Wikipedia.org)

Bryan Stow, the man beaten at the Dodger game last week, may have brain damage.

News regarding the health status of Bryan Stow, the man who was beaten last week outside of Dodger Stadium, has not improved.

USAToday.com reported on Tuesday that Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan who attended a Giants' away came in Los Angeles, "appears to have suffered brain damage and remains in a medically-induced coma."

The crime has sparked outrage in the city of Los Angeles and according to LaTimes.com "The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday voted to offer a $50,000 reward" for information that leads to "the arrest and conviction of the suspects".

According to April 6th's Seattle Times Stow made a text message to a relative before the beating where he said he was "scared inside the stadium".

Composite drawings are available of the suspects: click here to view them.

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